Comedy: Eye on the New
Saturday 07 December 1996
Brentford, Waterman's Arts Centre (0181-568 1176) tonight; Hull Truck Theatre (01482 323 638) 15 Dec
Fans of stand-up have the chance to see some of its finest exponents all on one bill tomorrow night, at Artsline's 15th birthday bash.
Among those taking part in this charity benefit - in aid of the information service for disabled people on arts and entertainment in London - are the superb Mark Thomas, Alan Davies and Dylan Moran (this year's Perrier Award-winner), as well as Kevin Day, Liam O'Carroll and MC, Phill Jupitus.
Artsline's 15th Birthday, Riverside Studios, Crisp Rd, Hammersmith, London W6 (0181-741 2255) 8 Dec 8pm. Tickets pounds 10/ pounds 7.50 concs
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- 5 Brixton squat flats now costing up to £3k per month show how out of control rent is in London
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